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ready. we have interactive coverage with harris fulg faulkner and rick folbaum. gregg: we goat it covered. as millions of voters make their presidential picks ahead of election day there is new concern about absentee ballots and the potential for voter fraud. jenna: what happens to all the ballots when they're early? where are they kept? eric shawn will join us for that. new information on a big story we brought you yesterday. those seats somehow coming loose on american airlines planes. why did it happen and who is to blame? rick folbaum has an update for us and the very latest on all of that. gregg: a dangerous al qaeda terrorist. some call his family the bin ladens of canada. why he could soon be a free man on the loose. gregg: new information on a dramatic story we brought you yesterday. rows of seats on three american airlines flights, suddenly coming loose, separated on the floor in midair. rick folbaum with latest on the investigation. rick? >> reporter: the president of american airlines parent company says it has been a very challenging couple of weeks for his company.
. this will be in a town hall format. what does that mean and what are the rules? rick folbaum has a live from, new york city newsroom. >> the questions will come from participants. rules were agreed by reps from both campaigns. we're looking at live stage where the debate will take place. no closing statements at the end for example. no props. only the moderator picks the questions. neither sides knows the questions ahead of time. no camera shots of any audience reaction including the candidate's own family members. there are other rules that might be tougher to enforce especially while the debate is playing out. candidates can't address members of the audience. the moderator can not ask any follow-ups. it should be noted moderators of two prior town hall debates asked plenty of follow-ups. charles gibson asked six follow-up questions back in 2004. >> mr. president, i do want to follow up on this one because there were several questions from the audience along this line. >> rebuttal? >> go ahead. i was going to have you do the rebuttal, but go ahead. you're up. >> reporter: then tom brokaw asked 10 fol
'll talk about the court action in that case. rick folbaum is here with more on the debate coverage tonight. >> reporter: jenna, so many folks will watch the debate on more than one screen. a television screen or maybe a laptop or mobile device. join me and harris faulkner for live interactive coverage on foxnews.com. we get on at 8:45. we're on until 11:00 p.m.. it is your chance to join our live chat with tens of thousand of other people, be part of our fox news community and stick around, because the first anchor to moderate a town hall debate, carol simpson, is our guest live after this. don't go away. ally bank. why they have a raise your rate cd. tonight our guest, thomas sargent. nobel laureate in economics, and one of the most cited economists in the world. professor sargent, can you tell me what cd rates will be in two years? no. if he can't, no one can. that's why ally has a raise your rate cd. ally bank. your money needs an ally. what a bargain! [ female announcer ] sometimes a good deal turns out to be not such a good deal. but bounty gives you value you can see. in this lab dem
. rick folbaum is live with more. >> reporter: the only evidence police have is the backpack as they search for this little girl. every day ten-year-old jessica ridge way would walk from her house to meet up with friends. together they would all walk to school together. friday, jessica never made it to meet up with her friend. they are treating this as an abduction. they are going door to door looking for her, expanding the search now even as they continue to focus on the area around her home. it's a home that she shares with her mom, who works an overnight shift, and was sleeping when the school called to say that jessica hadn't shown up for school on friday morning. the mom sleeping, leading to an eight-hour delay before an amber alert was issued. the girl's father lives out of state. the police in colorado not answering questions about the family or if anyone has been given a policy graph test. that backpack was found six miles away from where jessica was last seen. it is being analyzed for anything like dna. as we get more we'll pass it around. jenna: a rogue nation warni
building. rick folbaum has details from the breaking news desk. rick? >> reporter: a news conference we're monitoring from denver, jenna. no doubt about it this fire was deliberately set and whoever set it was trying to cover up a multiple homicide. that fire reported 2:00 a.m. local time. when firefighters got to the scene they found four women and one man dead inside of a bar. police do not think they died in the fire. apparently the bodies were in the kind of shape that leads them to believe they were murdered before the fire began. this was thero's bar and grill on colorado boulevard. it is five miles south of the downtown area in denver. the victims have not been identified yet. police are asking the public for help. anybody who may have been at the bar last night. you're asked to call. hear is the tip line for the denver pd. 303-6568-4336 is the number. they are trying to figure out the cause of death of those victims, jenna. autopsies being done on them and as we get more information we'll report it back to you. jenna: rick, thank you. jon: a good portion of the presidential deba
are shocked. rick folbaum at the breaking news desk with that. rick? >> reporter: these developments coming in within the last couple hours, jon. police have somebody in custody in this case. i've got to tell you right off the bat this is horrible story. a woman and two of her children aged one and three, brutally murdered inside their home and police have not said exactly how they were killed but they are describing the murder scene as gruesome. they say a lot of trauma on the bodies. this is jason ramos from the county sheriff's office. >> they were directed to the home. went inside, and, i'm sorry, i need a minute. i'm sorry. >> reporter: apparently the husband of the woman killed, the murdered children's father, came home, discovered the bodies, ran to a neighbor's house to call 911. police came. they found an infant who was alive unharmed in a crib in a back room. the break in the case came when police spotted the family's missing minivan at a denny's restaurant around 2:00 this morning. the man who was taken in for questioning apparently in possession of that van. really all we know r
and governor chris christie of new jersey. >> reporter: rick folbaum in the "happening now" control room. brand-new stories. including the fact it is almos exonethoheay si tter att onla inib hribo to underway on the hill. what did the white house know and when did they know it leading up to that attack that killed our ambassador and three others. we'll take you to washington ve. also governor romney, we've been ju plshow him gaininghe stun ground there we'll go behind the scenes in the buckeye straight, straight ahead. and the after-party brawl in center city, philadelphia. looks more like a flyer anbrea ns ec f apniow"rt right now. martha: new details on the deadly terror attack in benghazi sparking what some are describing as a political firestorm if not a bigr story than that. the white housd ta laakh t fnhaoss angit who knew what and then. you're taking in a live picture of what is about to happen on capitol hill, a hearing, we'll hear abo that in a moment. welcome to "happening now," i'm nna lee. bill: there a f dea th weang ao formio mcott.thir congressional hearing on the deadly terror a
this time yesterday. rick folbaum has the latest from the breaking news desk. >> we're following this in the newsroom. this is literally going on right now, jon. the first court appearance for the man charged with the shooting at the megachurch yesterday morning, 51-year-old floyd palmer, facing murder charges accused of walking into the chapel at the world changers church international in college park, georgia, and opening fire. 39-year-old church volunteer was killed. greg mcdowell his name. palmer once worked at the church which is one of the biggest in the country and led by well-known founder, the reverend creflo dollar. reverend dollar was not at the church when the shooting was took place. court records show palmer was institutionalized years ago. we'll keep up to date. jon: rick folbaum in the newsroom, thanks. jenna: we're turning back to politics. we're taking a live look at governor romney in just a moment here. he is speaking at a rally in cincinnati. both candidates know how important ohio is this year. they need every vote they can get. 200,000 students living in th
-wide investigation. the suspected source is now pinpointed not to one person but to one pharmacy. rick folbaum is at the breaking news decks. >> an important story. there is a common link as you mentioned, a pharmacy in massachusetts. it's called the new england compounding center. this is a place where a medication was made that doctors prescribe to treat back pain. the drug was shipped to other pharmacies where so far 26 people have come down with a rare form of meningitis something called fungal meningitis. four people have died so far. the states affected, virginia, maryland, florida, north carolina. the most cases turning up in tennessee. fungal meningitis is not contagious, that's why they are not looking for a person. it can't be passed from person-to-person. investigators are looking for a common link. they think they have found it with the back pain medicine made in massachusetts, the medicine commonly used is injected into patients. the pharmacy issued a recall. it's shut down while the investigation is going on. meningitis is an inflammation of the lining of the brain and the spinal
the technology and services to help you solve it. >> at 20 minutes evident past the hour i'm rick folbaum with your fox news minute. the u.s. officials confirming a cia operative is one of two americans killed in a bombing in kandahar, afghanistan. the attack happened saturday. also dead, 24 yearly army specialist britney gordon. nato saying the bomb woras a member of afghan intelligence agency. afghan officials are denying that. russian president vladmir putin is taking heat for providing supplies to the government at war with its own citizens in syria. putin saying today, only the u.n. security council can restrict the sale of russian arms abroad. his comments appear to be in response to criticism he is getting now. >>> where's the most expensive zip code in the world? well according to "forbes", it is a neighborhood on the upper east side of manhattan. zip code 10065, edging ought alpine, new jersey to grab the top spot. get this, the median asking price for a home in this part of manhattan is over $6 million. those are your news headlines on the fox business network. now back to ashle
>> rick: hello and welcome to a brand new hour, i'm rick folb m folbaum. >> arthel: i'm arthel neville. the race for president is tightening, key battleground states, after this week's debate, our political panel weighs in. >> rick: remembering a fallen border patrol hero, the u.s. homeland security secretary making an emotional visit to nicholas ivie's family today. >> arthel: hard to believe, the holiday shopping rush is just around the corner. amazing products that might make santa's list. the first, governor mitt romney is set to speak at a campaign rally near orlando, minutes from now. and you are now looking at live pictures from the rally, amphitheater and meanwhile, earlier in the day, his wife, ann was greeted with kind words, by supporters at an orlando campaign office. >> i really believe, that your husband is going to be, i think that he will have as much impact as ronald reagan, if not more. >> he'll do better than ronald reagan. >> i felt that for a long time, so... >> arthel: carl cameron is live in apopka, florida where the governor is set to take the stage, fun
-old girl after several people broke into her house while she was home alone. here is rick folbaum. >> peyton mock was home sick from school in washington. her mom was out getting her a sandwich about six miles away when someone came to their front door. [doorbell ringing] >> see called and said somebody was aging the doorbell. i said don't answer it. and she said well, they keep ringing. i said well, don't answer it. >> so then i check right there. and by the window. and i saw a teenager. >> and then she said they are in the house. she said mom i see them. i said hang up, call 911. >> that's exactly what she did. hiding in the pantry as burglars went through the house. >> 911, how may i help you? >> i'm at my house. my mom is at the grocery store and someone got into my house. i don't know how they got. in i locked the door but my dogs are in the house. i'm afraid they are going to get killed. >> meantime her mom was racing home. >> my foot was down on the gas and i was -- i was blazing. i was passing cars left and right. >> the dispatcher told paityn to sneak out of her house. so
>> rick: hello. welcome to a brand new hour inside america's election headquarters. i'm rick folbaum. >> juliet: i'm juliet huddy in for arthel neville. good to see you. and be back with you. topping the news, president obama and governor romney preparing if the third and final debate. it comes as brand new poll numbers show a big change in momentum. >> rick: the deadly meningitis outbreak is expanding. we'll tell you where the doctors are diagnosing some brand new cases. >> juliet: major clue in the murder of 10-year-old jessica ridgeway. why police say it may lead them to her killer. >> rick: first, politics and fox news. brand new polling showing dramatic shift in two major battleground states 48 hours before the final presidential debate. in florida, governor romney leading the president 48 to 45% among likely voters, in a stark contrast from last month. meantime in ohio, the governor managing to close the gap to three points from seven point last month. chief political correspondent carl cameron joining us live from boca raton, florida, where the candidates have their fi
cereal recall. pulling boxes of mini-wheats. why? rick folbaum from the breaking news desk. >> some folks like to sprinkle berries on ire cereal or sweetener. what you don't want are small pieces of metal. not a good day to start your way and because of metal may be in your cereal box, that sell logs recalling 3 million boxes of mini-wheats bite-sized original and frosted and unfrosted. they say unlikely but possible fragments of flexible metal mesh made it into the cereal boxes. the company blamed a faulty manufacturing part. they have best before dates range from april 21st to september 21st, 2013. you can fine the info right on the box. last time they had a major recall was couple years ago because a couple of different cereals were recalled because of different packaging that led to odd colors and different odors. we'll put all the recall information on foxnews.com. there is quite a bit of it. you can contact kellogg's directly at 800-912-14313 you want to make sure your cereal is okay. jon: sounds scary. thanks, rick. jenna: we have a tonight a strong focus on foreign policy. we want
in michigan. rick folbaum has details from the breaking news desk. rick? >> reporter: the total is 22 separate shootings have taken place all spread over multiple counties in southeastern michigan. no one has been hurt thankfully. people are scared and police are asking the public for help. this is the sketch released of the man witnesses described as the shooter. a man in his 30s, short hair, stubble on his face. one man was shot while taking out of his trash. most of the shootings are directed at cars driving on the local interstate, i-96. >> hit the wind shield, head-on collision my kids, anybody ales's families are dead and he is driving out around with a gun. >> we have a good community. that is the best thing we love and have someone come in here and disrupt is very disturbing to us. >> reporter: police are asking anybody to be loon the okay lookout. call if you see anything. the number to report you've seen something, 1-800-speak up. a task force and local officials from the atf meeting to fine tune their game plan. they say they are confident they will find this person. back to you. je
an affair with the father of her child. rick folbaum is live with more. >> the interesting thing as the trial gets started is that the defense is not saying their client didn't do it. they are saying merely that it was a crime of passion, that she just snapped which would make it a manslaughter case not first-degree murder. they say the woman was consumed with jealousy and rage when she murdered michelle lee in a parking garage last year. she was convinced lee was having an affair with the father of her child and carefully planned out the killing, finding out lee's schedule so she would know wher. lee was a nursing student who disappeared about a year ago. local police pieced together the mystery and arrested the woman that september, a few months later. ten days after the arrest lee's remains were found on a path in a local canyon outside of san francisco. in opening statements defense attorneys telling the jury that a smoldering july just see called esteban to lose it. text messages will play a bill role in 24 tria this trial as prosecutors will show threatening tex from esteba
bar fire. rick folbaum has the details from the breaking news desk. >> reporter: the police were pretty sure off the bat this was not an accidental fire. evidence showed them the five people were killed first, then the fire was set, and that has now been confirmed. >> it appears that the motive of this crime was robbery, that they came in there shall i don't want too say it' to say it's a robbery gone bound, but it wound up being a robbery. the parties were taken into custody. the arson was set to try to cover up the crime scene to the event. >> reporter: the three arrested in this awful case are brothers, joseph and lionel hill and dexter lewis all in their 20s. they will be charged with five counts of first-degree murder, felony murder and arson. police say they went into the bar before closing time, a patrol officer driving by noticed the flames inside the bar a little before 2:00am on friday and saturday only. the owner a 63-year-old woman was killed along with four other people. it seems that a couple of the victims worked for her at that bar, which is in a strip mall about
to a brand new hour inside america's election headquarters. i'm rick folbaum. >> juliet: i'm juliet huddy in for arthel neville. good to see you. and be back with you. topping the news, president obama and governor romney preparing if the third and final debate. it comes as brand new poll numbers show a big change in momentum. >> rick: the deadly meningitis outbreak is expanding. we'll tell you where the doctors are diagnosing some brand new cases. >> juliet: major clue in the murder of
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